Google wouldn’t allow drafts for probably three weeks at least. This was in my draft file when they hid all of my drafts.
Just wanted to have my say, again. When we put someone in any office in the Republican Party – TRUST BUT VERIFY.
Former RNC chairman Michael Steele joins anti-Trump Lincoln Project
He left the RNC LONG TIME AGO AND HAS BEEN HANGING OUT WITH MORNING JOE AND HIS SIDE KICK, MIKA, THE COMMUNIST.
Steele was the sorriest RNC chairman ever served. He didn’t help the party at all. He was always dragging his feet since he really was a RINO. Always trust but verify before you give someone such an important job.
The first Black chairman of the Republican National Committee, Michael Steele, is joining the anti-Trump group Lincoln Project, which endorses Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and is working to oust the president’s supporters in Congress.
Same thing with FLAKEY – JEFF FLAKE JOINS OVER TWO-DOZEN FORMER GOP MEMBERS OF CONGRESS TO LAUNCH ‘REPUBLICANS FOR BIDEN’
“The chair behind the Resolute Desk has always been bigger than any political party,” Steele said in a statement Monday. “Sadly, we have witnessed its occupant devolve into preying upon fears and resentments with narcissism that nurtures only chaos and confusion.”
(What a pompous nerd.)
Steele will assume the role of senior adviser to the group, led by current and former establishment Republicans. The Lincoln Project, which claims former President Abraham Lincoln as its inspiration, has skewered Trump on social media and in ad campaigns including “Mourning in America,” a riff on former President Ronald Reagan’s popular 1984 reelection spot “Morning in America.”
Steele made history as the first Black person to be elected to statewide office in Maryland, where he served as lieutenant governor from 2003 to 2007, and led the RNC from 2009 to 2011. That period included the Tea Party wave of 2010 when the GOP won back the House in a landslide victory.
Steele’s arrival comes as George Conway, an outspoken critic of President Trump, leaves the group to “devote more time to family matters.”
(Can you believe this Conway guy? Conway is so jealous of his wife and her fame that he took it out on the President. He couldn’t stand being the “little guy.” That is one of the reasons women can’t break that glass ceiling some times because of the responsibilities at home which pulls at critical times at the job. Family always comes first in this kind of situation. It is hard on the women when the family is pulling against her. It takes full cooperation and support for a women by her family for her to hold this kind of job. It wasn’t happening in this case. So to stop the corrosion of the family the woman has to choose. Jealousy/resentment always comes into play because of the amount of time that is necessary to be away from the family. That’s life in the world of being a woman in the working world. Thanks to her for a GOOD JOB. )
Conway’s departure was timed with that of his wife, Kellyanne Conway, from the White House, where she has been one of Trump’s longest-serving aides. Conway, who is slated to speak at the Republican National Convention, has said she will leave her post as White House counselor next month.
Steele represents a growing number of Republicans breaking ties with their party to champion Biden’s campaign against Trump. A decline in the president’s poll numbers, meanwhile, has hurt Senate Republicans in close races, including Susan Collins in Maine and Thom Tillis in North Carolina.
On Monday, before the kickoff of the week-long RNC Convention, more than two-dozen former GOP members of Congress announced their support for “Republicans for Biden,” a new effort by the Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign to engage potential party supporters this November.